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. the students who were eager to use their knowledge to benefit mankind. the faces in a square in prague for a parliament that see democracy giving a voice to their aspirations. the young people and the schools whose eyes shine with promise. these men, women, and children of every race and a faith remind me that for every angry mob that it's shown on television, there are billions around the world who share similar hopes and dreams. they tell us that there is a common heart beat to humanity. so much attention in our world turns to what divides us. that is what we see on the news. that is what consumes our political debates. but when you strip away people everywhere, they long to return to their destiny. the comfort that comes with faith. the justice that exists when governments to serve their people and not the other way around. the united states of america will always stand up for these aspirations for our own people and for people all across the world. that was our founding purpose. that is what our history shows. that is what chris stevens worked for throughout his life. and i promise
to prevent war. we have to have compassion for mankind, no matter which continent they are from or which color they are, creed or religion. we all have to do our part to bring peace, harmony, and equality to the world. thank you so much for this amazing award. [applause] [unintelligible] >> congratulations. before i give the next award, we have about 10 more minutes if everyone could please stay, that would be great, thank you. our next award is the community advocate of the year award. this goes to sandy. [applause] she is a founding member of [unintelligible] founded in 1971 and served as development director until retiring in december 2009. she's also a founding member of the national pacific research center on aging, based in seattle. she was appointed by the late mayor for the kent -- the commission on the status of women, where she served from 76 until 8. she was the first asian-american woman to chair a city commission in 1979, where she served on the national committee. please join me in congratulating her. [applause] >> good afternoon, everyone. first of all, i would like to tha
regulation on fracking hurts mankind and in the wallet. >> say fracking 10 times quickly. wayne, if the epa uses the example to go after natural gas over all is hagoing to hurt utility bills. >> of course it will. johnathon is wrong. you have to have rules and regulation . like a football game you can't let them run bezerk. >> not what i am proposing. >> let me finish. letting people protect their drinking water. if you are infecting my drinking water you are infringing on my rights. rules should be enforced. >> let's look at the bigger picture. coming back to the energy policy they mentioned. syria and turkey are fighting oil goes up. we have so many international issues affecting our oil prices. obama administration destroyed the coal industry. and so many companies are turning to nat gas. see the price of nat das gas? it is going up. you know, where does it end not to mention we will have a wicked snowy winter. our prices are going up. >> you will want to high tail it back to britain. there is concern about utility bills going up. >> absolutely. but you have to have stringent regulation
of our identity as intellect and social creatures in the family of mankind, i think we can be successful in restoring the family, black families that have fallen, and black neighborhoods, especially that's in bad repair- we can do a lot of good. but we have to first see clearly, perceive correctly, and we can't do it with a lot of emotions. >> real good point, because in all these turmoils, it's emotions that often get in the way. anita, and then let me get jamie. oh, i forgot you susanna. go ahead, anita. >> the pilgrimage to mecca, is it required of the religion, or does the qur'an state that it's necessary, a command of allah? >> i'm not hearing you very clearly, and it's because my daughter says, "daddy, you need a hearing aid." >> i can help. >> well, thank you. >> the pilgrimage to mecca, is it required by the religion, islam as a religion, or the nation of islam as a religion, or does the qur'an state that it's the command, or a command of allah for this pilgrimage to take place? >> yes. the pilgrimage to mecca is the fifth pillar of islam, or the fifth essential principle of isla
giant leap for mankind. scientists say australia's great barrier reef has lost more than half the coral cover in the past 27 years and worn of further damage in the next decade. the australian institute of marine science released a report tuesday saying a number of reeves has gone from 100 to 47 since 1985. experts blame the rapid increase in crown of thornz star fish which eat the coral. they found that ocean warming is a major cause of coral bleaching and prevents the coral from recovering from cyclone damage and they worry that it could halve againy the next decade if current trends continue. >> we believe if we can take action, the crown of thorn star fish, it may leave the reef in a position that can better withstand the climactic impact. >> the great barrier reef extends more than 2,000 kilometers off the coast of northeastern australia and is a world heritage site. >>> a gallery of japanese art has opened at an art museum in melbourne, australia. a ceremony was held on tuesday for the opening of the paulen gander gallery of japanese art named after gandel who donated her collecti
of others, the hopes of mankind, time after time through the limits of space. the best of us, a dream machine carrying all those heros. baumgartner's plunge from near space was a one shot wonder to be admired. but for what he did, the men and women that flew on the space shuttle were each captivating in their own way. >>> that's nbc "nightly news" for this sunday. brian williams will be here tomorrow. i'm lester holt reporting for all of us here at nbc news. good night. [ man ] it's big. supports in times of need. same with aladdin. the biggest in bail. no one has lower prices, is faster or more professional. aladdin bail bonds. bigger because we're better. aladdin bail bonds. [ man ] it's big. supports in times of need. same with aladdin. the biggest in bail. no one has lower prices, is faster or more professional. aladdin bail bonds.
fun to see all the kids' reaction. nice to be here. >> like, important to mankind that we know what it is, and how to get to see it and all that. >> after 25 missions, circling the earth nearly 4700 times, the final 12 miles from lax to the california science center proved to be some of the toughest. delaying the shuttle's profile by 17 hours. >> had to move in all different directions. this thing is amazing. we were crabbing, going around things sideways, going back and forth. >> a sight to see as the massive piece of air not cal engineering zigged and zagged, dodging buildings, light poles and trees, coming win millimeters of damaging branches, officials say the shuttle couldn't be taken apart for fear of destroying the damaged tiles and too wide to fit through underpasses, the freeways were out, which left a route through the center of the city, giving a million people a once in a lifetime show. >> today is the day to thank a lot of people that for their patience, their support, and for the tremendous enthusiasm as we moved the endeavour through city streets. reporter: another li
. elizabeth cook, cbs5. >>> another giant leap for mankind. the sky dive from inner space and what the daredevil plans to do next. >> yes, it was a scary rescue. >> risky business for animal rescue. why it's the bad time of the year and how you can help protect the deer. >>> discount shopping in one of the most exclusive zip codes. where the 99 cent store wants to open up a store. an f-a-a spokesman says a se >>> we have developing news tonight on a missing plane. an faa spokesman says that the single engine arrow pro like this one left half moon bay's airport this morning bound for tucson and it has not been seen since. the pilot's wife says that he was to stop and refuel in apple valley, which is of san bernardino, but he never got there. no word yet on whether or not a search has been launched. >>> shuttle endeavour is settling into its new digs tonight. the 12-mile journey through the streets of los angeles at times hazardous to its new home at the california science center took most of the weekend zigzagging their way through tight corridors and under hundreds of power lines b
the back of his police suv. >> it had sentimental value. it also represented the goodness of mankind actually because a man took the best off and give it to me. >> gibson says it has no monetary value but it means a lot to him. >> sometimes i realize i'm might not get it back. and that is okay. i have it in my heart and my mind. and may be that best has another life to save out there. >> whoever took that he says can ever return it to him at any time with no questions asked. >> . >>> a new report out finds that cell phones have been one of the top target for robbers. almost half of all robberies in san francisco this year our cell phone related. it is in line with the new york city. dan kalb was held up at gunpoint last week and robbed of his cell phone. one security expert estimates that it will cost consumers more than $30 million this year alone. a national database reported that stolen phones will go online late next year. >>> 10 digit dialing went into effect this morning in the south bay. that is for phones with 408 area code. 911, 411 and 511 can be dial directly. a new
the world is on fire like it's never been in the history of mankind. we're so myopic about america and europe, not talking about unemployment in russia, indonesia, peru, chile, africa, sl 300 million cell phones there, the worreworld ha been on like this. >> and just-- >> hold on one second, adam. we're living off our reputation, believe me the rest of the world is on fire and if we sit back and think we're the only game in town forever, it's a gigantic mistake. >> nl: and i kw it was a mistake not to lead with the chile thing, i'm kicking myself for not doingit. dagen, what do you think? >> i think we're drunk on a sense of comfort. it's dangerous because, again, we aren't worried about foreign nations dumping our debt or not buying any more of it and we continue to borrow money from those very people to spend it and the d will come, i don't know what triggers it, but the day will come. >> it's sort of like waiting for a financial-- and adam andharles' point, kid about it, but we sort of pretend, well, we'll alwayhave this money coming our way because where else will it go, well,
. (laughter) that's one small pair of shorts far man, one giant bulge for mankind. (laughter) of course, all that is ruined now because the u.s. anti-doping agency is accused armstrong of leading a massive doping program throughout his career. i don't understand why they're coming down on lance for doping! of course you need drugs to compete in a multiweek bicycle race! you need drugs just to watch one! (laughter) and now my friend lance has received the harshest punishment in the history of cycling. >> cycling's international governing body stripped lance armstrong of his seven tour de france titles and banned him for life from the sport. >> stephen: so what are they going to do to the titles now, give them to the runners up? oh, i'm sure they weren't doping. they finished second behind a guy who rocketed up mountain sides with powdered monkey nut injected into his heart. (laughter) yeah, these guys are clean, no doubt. squeaky. (laughter) but, folks, losing his seven titles is not the worst news for lance. >> experts estimate lance armstrong might lose up to $200 million now that his big s
trying to shake all the rain off your arms. but folks, you know me. i love seeing mankind overcome obstacles. that's why i'm always pushing chairs in front of people. (laughter) and yesterday, another barrier fell as daredevil felix baumgartner became the first man to-- aaaahhhh-- (laughter) felix baumgartner became the first man to break the sound barrier in freefall. parachuting from a record altitude of 24 miles. ladies and gentlemen, this proves that our days of human exploration are not over. because we did it! we put a man on the earth! (laughter) (cheers and applause) it's a brave same world. (laughter) and folks, millions around the world tuned in to witness this historic event and or hideously gruesome death. (laughter) but the real victory here went not to the man who plummeted from the messosphere without being turned into a face suit full of wet dog food, no. the day truly belonged to his corporate sponsor, red bull. it's perfect synergy. red bull gives you wings. and baumgartner flu toward the is unlike icherus. i never finished that store even. he had a parachute, rig
will eventually destroy all mankind? (laughter) do you think, let me-- couple option. do you think is going to be like a killer virus or more like a giant mutant killer squidman who arises from the pas civic between easter island and chile and feasts on our flesh? (laughter) >> well, hopefully-- our business is to do safety. we're kind of the engineers that make the seat belts and the air bags. so we are engineers-- . >> stephen: and there are no car accidents. >> there 1.2 million people that die in cars, that's right. so but the point is-- (laughter) >> stephen: keep it light, it's late night. you've got a new book about the things that you, i'm to the going to say mad scientist, i'm going to si highly inventive science. >> there we go. >> stephen: are working on. called region sis how synthetic buy only will reinvent nature and ourselves. do we need reinventing? we were invented once by god, the almighty father, maker of heaven and earth. are you playing, god, sir, because you certainly have the beard for it. (applause) just doing my job, right, we're engineers. we're fixing all these th
win the debates. god could send a flood to destroy all mankind. so there's hope. (laughter) in fact, the election is so far off, why are we even talking about it. mitt isn't talking about it. last week when a reporter asked him if he was going to start campaigning harder romney responded, ha ha, we're in the stretch, aren't we. look at those clouds. it's beautiful. look at those things. (laughter) >> yeah, yeah. (applause) just look at those things. look at those pretty clouds. that one kind of looks like a bunny. or if you turn your head the other way, crushing poll results. i'm going to go with bunny. besides, you can't trust polls. right fox news. >> the latest fox news polls give president obama an edge in three key swing states. he's up 5 in florida, 7 in ohio and 7 in virginia. but that is with all likely voters. once you isolate voters extremely interested in the election the race is much closer. >> stephen: yes. much closer among the extremely interested. and romney's tied when you focus on the index pressably intrigued. and he's up, he's up by 2 points when you count only v
, the occupying insisted -- it is a campaign aimed at altering the history's mankind. it is a campaign of ethnic cleansing against the palestinian people via demolition of their homes and prevention of their construction and residency rights and the denial of basic services and schools. they took the city and prevent millions of palestinians from 3 accessing its schools, churches, hospitals, and markets. the occupying power has continued its construction and expansion of settlements in areas throughout the west bank and continued suffocating locals -- its suffocating blockade and raids against people who continue to suffer from the destructive aggression committed against them years ago. nearly 5000 palestinians also remain captive as prisoners and detainees in isreali jails. we call on the international community to tell the government of israel to respect our conventions and to investigate the conditions of the detention of the detainees. we ask for their release. they are soldiers in their struggle for freedom and peace. at the same time, the occupying power continues to fight and besieged an
of progress and your faith in mankind to over come the toughest problems. >> a mass i have solar energy designed to help the state meet a man ddate to generate a thirdf the green sources by 2020. one of 17 solar wind projects covering thousands of acres with loan guarantees by the obama energy and interior developments in the southwest. to president obama these massive installations together with all sour sorts of green technologies represent progress and a big 2008 campaign. oh oo you put 9 billion in green jobs. >> in the first debate republican nominee mitt romney attacked the president's green agenda more than once. >> if you don't just pick the winners and losers you pick the losers. >> a lot of the debate is about how much we know how much we can know and what we should do about it if we do know. >> charles kessler is senior fellow of the claire mount institute and author of examining obamobama's place in american progressive movement. >> you have progress sieves who think we are in a position that know much more about the future of nature, the future of the planet. >> people like
know? they claim that they were going to be the most transparent presidency in the history of mankind. i actually look at what is happening on this website this is the way they operate, this is the demeaning of the american people by not talking about issues, calling their opponents liars, talking about big bird, by blaming the unfortunate and sad situation in libya and putting it entirely on the backs of mitt romney and paul ryan, you didn't write this stuff, lou lou: reince priebus, good to have you with us. vice president of the republican national committee. more on the election coming up throughout this jampacked hour. more suspect numbers. this time a surprise drop in jobless claims falling to last week's drop in the unemployment rate. wild swings in government figures becoming commonplace. and they are not the only suspect numbers. how about the polls? that is tonight's "chalk talk." who are you going to trust? and governor romney hasn't had a bad day in the polls since the overwhelmingly good win since the debate. now comes the first and only vice presidential debate. who will
in mankind to over come the toughest problems. under construction in the desert in eastern california a massive solar energy installation designed to help that state meet a mandate to generate a third of its electricity from green sources by 2020. it's one of at least 17 solar and wind projects covering hundreds of thousands of acres green lighted with loan guarantees by the obama energy and interior departments in the southwest. to president obama the mass i have installations together with billions of dollars more to promote all sorts of green technologies represent progress. and a big down payment on the most soaring promise of the 2008 campaign. >> this was a moment when the rise of the ocean began to flow and planet began to heel. >> you put $90 billion into green jobs. these businesses may have gone out of business. >> in the first debate mitt romney attacked the green agenda more than once. >> you not only pick the winners and losers you pick the losers. >> a lot of it is over how much we know how much we can know and what we should do about it if we do know. >> he is senior fe
's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> reporter: of course, baumgartner's giant leap didn't defy gravity. he submitted to gravity all the way down. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >>> and thank you so much for watching. we are always here at, and "nightline," of course, will be here later. we'll see you right back here again tomorrow night, and until then, have a good night. >>> tonight port of oakland looks at policies on travel expenses after n employee spent thousands in a strip club. >> bay area economy and value of your home. we have good news tonight if you've been waiting for a seller's market. >> 49ers may be moving to santa clara, but san francisco will get the glory. tonight the city submits a bid for the super bowl. >> they all but vanished. tonight they're back. remarkable recovery of river otters to the bay area. >>> this is a strip club in houston, texas called treasures. a bay area public employee spent $4500 triggering outrage and a review of his travel expenses. good evening. >> i'm dan ashley. the bare facts put a man's job in jeopar
winners in the history of mankind. >> it's so true. the guy who had no idea what he was in for when he tried to take this plunge. we'll tell you about it. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. i'm sold. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy. get the alert, energized feeling you need and support breast cancer research and access to care. and also to build my career. so i'm not about to always let my frequent bladder urges, or the worry my pipes might leak get in the way of my busy lifestyle. that's why i take care, with vesicare. once-daily vesicare can help control your bladder muscle and is proven to treat overactive bladder with symptoms of frequent urges and leaks day and night. if you have certain stomach or glaucoma problems, or trouble emptying your bladder, do not take vesicare. vesicare may cause allergic reactions
. greed and all forms money, life, love, knowledge the a board search of mankind mark my words. it will save the other bell fracturing -- malfunctioning corporation called usa. john: he was to look selfish >> we seek if i am pursuing something to make me happy somehow that will hurt you but just because igo was up for what i want to is that what this country is about to. john: greed is ambition? am i and self-interest? >> wanting something better. we are authors. when you're up at 1:00 in the morning not because you wanted to influence three or four people but millions. the ambition, desire for more that people saw us to pursue more. john: makes us work harder. >> absolutely. john: the other eight hours maximize your free time. sleep for eight, you work for eight. >> you sleep and work a certain amount but to get a little bit more greedy and your free time, i get to greedy with it. do something marvelous. john: you take your own food to parties? >> i am quite greedy when it comes to my health. many things i do not eat. much to the embarrassment of my wife i will bring my own fo
. >> it represented the british columbia of mankind because a guy named glenn wong gave that to me. >> reporter: kishon says it means a lot to him. >> sometimes i reeled i might not get it back, john and that is okay. because i have it in my heart and my mind and just maybe that vest has another life to save out there. >> reporter: chief gibson says whoever took the vest can just return it to him at anytime no, questions asked. he just wants his vest back. i'm john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> good news tonight to report on that fire burning in lake county. firefighters say the fire is 100% contained of the the fire broke out thursday. the so-called 19 fire destroyed one home with several outbuildings and 11 vehicles. in all about 300 acres burned. firefighters say they plan to remain in the area over the next severaldaes to make sure there are no flare ups. there is no word on how the fire may have started. >> fire investigators in livermore say they may if any what, sparked a fire at a 100- year-old church. when crews arrived the boeing was engulfed in flames. firefighters say they thin
. irand is a famous atheist. she looks at it as a fool's hobby. she said it is the worst curse of mankind. i don't understand how the people may not necessarily trust, but get a candidate like him who says this and believes that. it doesn't make any sense. >> it is a fair point. we will touch on it later. >> all right. do you have a comment on the show? e male us. e-mail us. if you have a video of us? go to fox eye and click on submit a video. andy levy is slow. >> tonight's half time report is sponsored by peanut butter. the oily paste that is spread on bread or used in cooking. thanks, peanut butter. >>> let's find out if we got anything wrong so far. let's go to andy levy. >> no time for banter. why does this video give you a sick feeling in your stomach? >> because it -- i don't know why it does. i watched it over and over again. perhaps it is the tatoo. something about the half tank top. she looked like a german shot putter or something. >> i think she is quite adorable. >> do you? >> i think she is attractive. >> something about that in the video though. >> i think she
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